Join Canon Collective Ambassador Greg Sullavan for an in-depth, practical workshop designed to advance your nature photography skills. With access to a range of world-famous Canon telephoto lenses, this small group workshop is perfect for photographers looking to extend beyond the basics of bird and wildlife photography.
Based at Oxley Creek Common, you will learn the advanced photographic techniques required to capture impressive imagery, followed by a nature walk to apply your learning in the field.
• Exposure, focus & metering for nature photography
• Canon telephoto lenses & extenders
• Integrating Speedlite flash with nature photography
What to bring
• SD/CF card
Undercover area seating at the end of the car park
• This is an intermediate to advanced level workshop, perfect for photographers who have attended our Bird Photography for Beginners workshop or have an equivalent level of knowledge.
• [Limited Canon EOS R and EOS 5DMIV camera body, plus EF100-400 F3.5-5.6 L and selected Telephoto lenses will be available for use during the workshop
• There is an easy hike on some uneven ground, approximately 2km.
• Free parking available onsite
• Dress for hiking and consider bringing your own water bottle, hat, sunscreen and insect repellent.
COVID-safe event conditions:
Please note that by booking this workshop you agree to the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of all participants and of our team. This includes:
• Adhering to a maximum number of persons (inclusive of your Collective Ambassador) as per government advice
• Maintaining 1.5m social distancing at all times and indoor distancing as advised by each state government – applicable between Ambassadors and all guests
• Learning outcomes will be provided by verbal explanation. Canon Collective Ambassadors will be unable to handle your cameras or review results on the LCD screen.
• Access to hand sanitiser during the event
• Wiping down / sanitisation of all shared gear
Who should not attend?
• Anyone feeling unwell or awaiting COVID-19 test results
• Anyone who has travelled overseas within the last 14 days
• Anyone who has been in contact with any known positive COVID-19 person within the last 14 days
• Anyone at “greater risk of serious infection” as described by the Australian Government as follows:
- people aged 70 years and over
- people aged 65 years and over with chronic medical conditions
- people with a compromised immune system
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples 50 years and older with one or more chronic medical conditions
By booking an event, you agree to cooperate with all requirements and confirm you do not fall within one of the above listed categories. If your situation changes between booking your event and the day of the event, please do not attend and reschedule your place by contacting us.